Man suspected of hit-and-run after crash pins pedestrian

MONTEREY PARK — Police jailed a man Saturday who allegedly fled the scene of a crash that left two pedestrians seriously injured, authorities said.
Isaac Carrillo, 22, of Los Angeles was booked on suspicion of felony hit-and-run, Monterey Park police Lt. Steve Coday said.
The crash was reported about 1:40 p.m. at the Pho Lu Thuong Kiet Restaurant, 301 E. Garvey Ave., police said in a written statement.
“The suspect vehicle had left the roadway and collided into a parked vehicle at (the restaurant),” according to the statement.
“The parked vehicle was pushed against the wall of the restaurant, pinning a pedestrian between the car and the wall,” police added. The pedestrian remained wedged between the car and building until firefighters freed him.
The pinned pedestrian, a man in his 50s who remained conscious throughout the incident, was taken to Los Angeles County-USC Medical Center for apparent internal injuries, Coday said. He was expected to survive.
An 85-year-old woman who was standing near the parked car also suffered a serious leg injury, Coday said. A diner inside the restaurant also complained of pain to his leg.
Carrillo allegedly ran from the scene but was captured by police nearby without further incident, police said. He was hospitalized for shortness of breath.
Police added that officials were summoned to check on the stability of the restaurant.

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